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to the lowest level in four months dropping a one.3% after a report that the u.s. economy grew more than expected, gold lining stocks into the red, all posting losses and anglo gold hitting a 52 week low. liz: what looks good? financial sector, climbing within 1%, citigroup looking pretty healthy just under 2%, bank of new york mullen, royal bank of scotland hitting 52 week highs today. ashley: natural gas climbing for the third time in four days after reports show u.s. supply falling more than expected, natural gas for january delivery ending the day up 1.3%. liz: that storm over the midwest. you see that thing out side, winnebago, the largest u.s. motor home maker is getting bigger. increasing production to mean growing demand, just reported better than expected results and that is why we slept this thing outside our studio. you don't want to know, it is $350,000 with a steering wheel and also comes with the chairman, ceo and president of fox business exclusive and we will talk about strong earnings, released from backlog in order flow. ashley: america is growing. third quarter gdp rev
combined to create middle class in the u.s. was the envy of the world. neil: i agree, but you think n they are over pushing it. >> i think that people are going too far are the governors, who are attempting to really under cut the middle class. neil: how are they doing that but just letting people decide for themselves? >> when unions are stronger, they have the a bum to negotiate on --ability to negotiate on behalf of their members, when i happens, wages go up, and wages for the wle economy goes up, right-to-work states where it is has not helped build new jobs but depressed wages by about 1,500-dollars in every state. >> katie? >> well, i would say that states have right to work laws have a lower unemployment rate than those who do not. in terms of why people are not joining unions, when they have a choice, we have a perfect example. the recall in wisconsin that went wrong, unions spent $20 million on that, they were not successful, now they want to do it in michigan, in wisconsin, it shows why people do not want to join unions their dues are going toward mittal causes -- political
exchange, a deal that was shot down by u.s. securities regulators. what does bob greifeld do? he is up against a formidable player in the stock exchange, new york specializes in stocks, trading equities. these guys specializing in commodities. they have to do something competitively. why did duncan neiderauer sellout? we have a chart and we will show you. it talks about volume. if you look at the amount of trading volume, we have that charge. >> best laid plans. lori: that is double of new york stock exchange, euronext, is that what you're getting at? no. >> what i'm getting at should be on a chart right now, is volume. this is like a amazing. this is coming. move on. there we go. that tells you the story of why duncan niederauer had to sell. look how trading volume shoots up. and it has been coming down ever since. that is bad, bad things. that means if, that means that, revenues, at the new york stock exchange are in a secular decline. that is bad. that means you have to sell. melissa: and by combining with ice this remedy as lot of this. is ice becoming more popular? is trading volu
traders criminally charged here in the u.s. you look at the e-mails here and you understand. i need you to keep it as little as possible. if you do that, i will pay you. whatever you want. i am a man of my word. that may give you a reason to be angry. our question today is, does it give you a reason to avoid banking stocks as investment completely. charles payne is here, as he is every day. you had barclays and now you have ubs. more litigation heading over these guys. charles: bank of america is up like 100%. i am too afraid of these kind of thanks. i did not like the risk reward. i think there are a lot of on answered questions with what is brewing to meet the surface there. we have morgan stanley as a trade. i do like goldman sachs. i like the comparisons, more than anything else. listening, volume is down. also, we have regulations. at least we know what it is. lower margins because of price transparency. they admit they will lose revenue. all of that stuff is out there. connell: goldman had a settlement of its own on a different story. not love or talk up on on a financial crisis i
at the consulate consulate and the murder of four americans, including u.s. ambassador christopher stevens. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is in washington, and she has a closer look at the findings. >> at 39 page unclassified report into the benghazi terrorist attack is dating. within hours of its release, three state department officials, including this woman and her boss resigned under pressure as investigators laid the blame upon secretary holick hillary clinton. >> the decision-making takes place. reporter: the report offers conclusions and undeniable facts. among them that there was no demonstration prior to the assault. al qaeda and its franchises are not dead and they found a new safe haven in eastern libya. that led to the deaths of four americans, including ambassador chris stevens. >> i think the conclusion is not intended on it. mistakes were made, lives were lost. lessons need to be learned. reporter: in the summer of 2012, the report documents at least 20 security related security-related incidents in gaza, including the assassination attempt on thh matter. the
exchange in the u.s. 200 years of independence. charlie gasparino taking us through the day. when you got the first call yesterday and broke the story, what did you hear? charlie: the journal had a first headline, i heard something about this. i do not confirm the first interview but they had headlines of the merger. i was hearing it was a full out acquisition, the new york stock exchange getting bought by the intercontinental exchange and that blew me away. it is an amazing story. we fight for seconds here. going on the air, basically saying at the new york stock exchange about the taken over, this is not a merger of equalss, this is a takeover of the most venerable, one of the most venerable institutions in american finance, the new york stock exchange. it is been there since the old button agreement. [talking over each other] charlie: that is why they call it -- they became essentially a club of freighters under that and expanded to much bigger than a tree, beautiful headquarters, but here is the thing. when i started to digest it it was a phenomenal story. the intercontinental exchang
that much. if we are off for a month to, then i think that's a recession scenario for the u.s. economy because those cuts and tax increases could have a big effect. we figure about 3% of gdp is enough to push the economy into recession. a lot depends on how long we're off. gerri: you know what i wonder about, it is not just what is happening to taxes, and it is not just what is happening said amt and all of the other capital gains except representative. it is the fact that washington is broken. i think that makes a lot of decisions for business people out there. starting to make decisions like maybe a leave the country. maybe all scale back my business. maybe i've won't hire anybody. where is the net impact on american business? >> the story of the last three or four years among the weakest recovery we have ever seen is uncertainty, people not knowing what the future's going to hold, and this this book with is the ultimate uncertainty. i think we made tip into recession even if the fiscal cliff is a very short duration. what we have to do is recognize, we are all americans. we have to
's market headlines. fiscal cliff talks may be a mess but not ruining the party for investors. u.s. third quarter gdp was revised up to 3.1%. not bad. november existing home seams -- sales hit nice not seen. wall street shares of the nyse euronext skyrocketed 34%. the company is being acquired by rival intercontinental exchange for $3.2 billion in cash and stock. >>> research in motion may be crawling its way out of the abyss. the blackberry maker left for dead earlier this year. now shares are up more than 100% in three months. it also beat third quarter estimates on both the top and bottom lines. shares leaping after hours. >>> we start tonight with the convergence of reality an hollywood. matt damon's new film, "promised land" opens next friday but it is already sparking major controversy in the energy community. critic it is of the film say it casts fracking in a very negative light. they flat-out reject some truths about the process. with california imposing its first fracking regulations only yesterday. is this just hollywood being hollywood or is there an agenda behind this that's
would exacerbate rather than dinish the uncertainty of the fiscal policy and to the u.s. into an unavoidable and unnecessary recession. the u.s. could lose its aaa status. this is from fitchatings. wait until you see what we are going to have to spend for our debt if we lose the aaa status. because it will cost us more to float our bonds. what is being done right now? not to escalate the war of words, but to find some common ground. >> the houses focused opassing a tax policy. senate and have them respond. what is now a look at is the sequestration pice. the president refuses to deal with the side and we have to do this. last summer we were talking about the same issues were the bomb folks were saying that if there is not real spending reductns, if we don't get a plan, the automatic spending cuts kick in. the president is asking to turn those off, that sends a signal as well that we are not serious about reducing spending. this is the absolute worst way to reduce spending. it is the only optionthatwe have. gerri: thank you for coming on the show tonight. meanwhile, tensi
, but the u.s. patent office just said, no, that's invalid. so he they don't have a patent on it. as you see, no impact on the stock whatsoever, but i like that technology, find it interesting. >> so cool. stuart: surely is. all right, nicole, thank you very much indeed. i'll say it again, dead flat market, down 8 points, all you've got ladies and gentlemen, this thursday morning. time is money, 30 seconds, here is what else we're working on for you. the world's going to end tomorrow, according to the mayans, we'll talk to a man who said, yeah, it could happen. if he really believes it why is he selling books and why will he be on our program? i'll ask him. a woman in kentucky tries to buy ipads with her ebt card. has welfare become a way of life? we'll ask former welfare chief star parker. and time for giving, john stossel joins us for a look at charity. it's thursday morning, it's time i give the 7 early movers. and disappointing results from amicus their p amicus therapeutics. and the nyse euronext, and acquiring motorola, arris is acquiring, the stock is up a little bit. and accenture an
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